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zacandan Favorites
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Feb 5, 2015
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zacandan Favorites
Topic: favorites
Community Audio
Apr 14, 2010
audio

eye 1,367

favorite 2

comment 0

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Old Time Radio
Apr 26, 2009
audio

eye 2,610

favorite 1

comment 0

Old Time Radio
May 16, 2007
audio

eye 239,127

favorite 6

comment 0

Old Time Radio
Apr 24, 2007
audio

eye 126,563

favorite 93

comment 6

Mr. and Mrs. North was a radio mystery series that aired on CBS from 1942 to 1954. Alice Frost and Joseph Curtin had the title roles when the series began in 1942. In 1946, Mr. and Mrs. North received the first Best Radio Drama Edgar Award from the Mystery Writers of America. In 1953 Barbara Britton and Richard Denning took over the roles of Mr. and Mrs. North.
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Old Time Radio
Apr 1, 2007
audio

eye 917,126

favorite 243

comment 21

Tales of the Texas Rangers, a western adventure old-time radio drama, premiered on July 8, 1950, on the US NBC radio network and remained on the air through September 14, 1952. Movie star Joel McCrea starred as Texas Ranger Jayce Pearson, who used the latest scientific techniques to identify the criminals and his faithful horse, Charcoal, to track them down. The shows were reenactments of actual Texas Ranger cases.The series was produced and directed by Stacy Keach, Sr., and was sponsored for...
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Old Time Radio
Mar 24, 2007
audio

eye 220,663

favorite 73

comment 14

My Favorite Husband began as a radio sitcom on CBS Radio. The show starred Lucille Ball and Richard Denning as Liz and George Cooper (Liz and George Cugat in early episodes). The couple lived at 321 Bundy Drive in the ficticious city of Sheridan Falls, and were billed as "two people who live together and like it." The main sponsor was Jell-O, and an average of 3 "plugs" for Jell-O were made in each episode. The program ran from 1948 through 1951, throughout which 124...
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Old Time Radio
Mar 17, 2007
audio

eye 4,525

favorite 4

comment 0

Topic: The Fat Man
Old Time Radio
Mar 7, 2007
audio

eye 84,582

favorite 74

comment 8

favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 8 reviews )
Topic: Night Watch
Old Time Radio
Feb 8, 2007
audio

eye 124,030

favorite 61

comment 7

Old Time Radio
favoritefavoritefavorite ( 7 reviews )
Old Time Radio
Feb 6, 2007
audio

eye 252,498

favorite 99

comment 13

Old Time Radio
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Old Time Radio
Jan 21, 2007
audio

eye 4,099

favorite 2

comment 0

Calfkiller Old Time Radio
Topic: Hollywood Radio Theater
Old Time Radio
Jan 15, 2007
audio

eye 110,304

favorite 40

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Hopalong Cassidy is a fictional cowboy-hero, created in 1904 by Clarence E. Mulford and appearing in a series of popular stories and later novels. Here the character appears as a rude, rough-talking 'galoot'. Beginning in 1935, the character, played by William Boyd was transformed into the clean-cut hero of a series of 66 immensely popular films, only a few of which were based on Mulford's works, but which led, in turn, to a comic book series modelled after the films. On June 24, 1949, Hoppy...
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Old Time Radio
Jan 6, 2007
audio

eye 124,537

favorite 44

comment 4

Roy Rogers, was a singer and cowboy actor. He and his wife Dale Evans, his golden palomino Trigger, and his German shepherd Bullet were featured in over one hundred movies and The Roy Rogers Show ran on radio for nine years before moving to television from 1951 through 1964.
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Old Time Radio
audio

eye 7,496

favorite 4

comment 1

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Old Time Radio
Nov 10, 2006
audio

eye 164,710

favorite 123

comment 11

Martin and Lewis were an American comedy duo, comprising singer Dean Martin (as the "straight man") and comedian Jerry Lewis (as his stooge). The pair worked together in nightclubs, on radio and television, and film from 1946 until 1956.
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Old Time Radio
Nov 8, 2006 Calfkiller Old Time Radio
audio

eye 183,858

favorite 63

comment 8

Have Gun Will Travel debuted on November 23, 1958. The show followed the adventures of Paladin, a gentleman-turned-gunfighter played by John Dehner on radio, who preferred to settle problems without violence, yet, when forced to fight, excelled. Paladin lived in the Carlton Hotel in San Francisco, where he dressed in semi-formal wear, ate gourmet food, and attended opera. In fact, many who initially met him mistook him for a dandy from the East. When working, he dressed in black, used calling...
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Old Time Radio
Oct 5, 2006 calfkiller old time radio
audio

eye 58,334

favorite 17

comment 0

When Skelton was drafted, Ozzie Nelson was prompted to create his own family situation comedy. The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet launched on CBS October 8, 1944, making a mid-season switch to NBC in 1949. The final years of the radio series were on ABC (the former NBC Blue Network) from October 14, 1949, to June 18, 1954.
Old Time Radio
Oct 4, 2006
audio

eye 245,518

favorite 211

comment 26

Orson Welles reprised his role of Harry Lime from the celebrated 1949 film adaptation of Graham Greene's novel The Third Man. The radio series is a "prequel" to the film, and depicts the many misadventures of con-artist Lime in a somewhat lighter tone than the character's villainy in the film.
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Old Time Radio
Oct 3, 2006
audio

eye 12,606

favorite 11

comment 0

Old Time Radio Western Series
Topic: radio shows
Old Time Radio
Sep 27, 2006
audio

eye 8,237

favorite 8

comment 1

Old Time Radio Western Series
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Old Time Radio
Sep 27, 2006
audio

eye 7,537

favorite 7

comment 1

The Lassie radio show was broadcast from 1947-1950. It first aired on ABC, then on NBC. Lassie played a different dog each week in different kinds of situations. The shows were 15 minutes.
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